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The people¬†and families supported by Integra have a variety of needs, all of which are met within the communities where they live, work and play. Because each person's¬†needs and preferences are different ‚ÄĒand often change over time‚ÄĒ we provide a full range of community-based residential and non-residential programs.

We believe in the responsibility of supporting a society that respects diversity and fosters inclusion so we offer services that diverse communities identify as respectful, inclusive, and accessible. We strive to deliver inclusive services, affirming the dignity of those we serve, regardless of heritage, education, beliefs, ethnicity, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, physical or mental health, physical or cognitive capabilities, or socio-economic status. We all act to ensure that people will receive services free from any attempt by others to impose their own values, customs or beliefs.

We also believe that knowing your rights and freedom is important. We advocate with people who have diverse abilities and their families or support network to ensure they have access to the same rights and freedoms as others. It is important that people who have diverse abilities get information that they need to live in the community, know their rights, and live free of harm. 

Good Neighbours Community Inclusion

Integra operates two Good Neighbours Community Inclusion sites and is able to offer services to people with diverse abilities living in or near the Westshore as well as in Victoria. Read more...



Residential Services

Integra Support Services provides residential support for people who live with diverse abilities.  Homes operated by Integra are attractive, well maintained, and nestled in various residential neighbourhoods throughout the south and central upper island regions.  Read more...

Shared Living Services

Shared Living provides an alternative to group residential living for adults who prefer a smaller or more family-type environment. Arrangements vary, with the most common being an individual sharing a house or apartment with another adult or family. Read more...

Host Agency Services

This unique model promotes family centred practice where Individuals and their support networks guide the service delivery system that best reflects their needs, preferences and lifestyle choices. Read more...

Employment Services

Integra Support Services is committed to providing people with diverse abilities the option for paid work in the community in which they live.  Read more...

Child and Youth Services

We offer a 24-hour staffed residential home with two separate living units for up to four children and youth who are supported through the Children and Youth with Special Needs office of MCFD.  Read more...



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International Day of Persons with Disabilities Film Festival - December 3rd

International Day of Persons with Disabilities Film Festival - December 3rd

Saturday, December 3rd from 3:00pm - 5:00pm. Admission is by donation. UVic Hickman Building Room 105.
2016 Fall Newsletter

2016 Fall Newsletter

Click here to read Integra's 2016 Fall Newsletter.
SFRS' Activity Club - November Schedule

SFRS' Activity Club - November Schedule

Click here to see what's happening this month at Sooke Family Resource Society's Activity Club.
5th Annual Health and Wellness Conference - November 16, 2016

5th Annual Health and Wellness Conference - November 16, 2016

Identify core issues and challenges facing individuals with DD, learning new ways to help maximize health and wellbeing in order to improve quality of life.
Save the Date - Thursday, December 8th

Save the Date - Thursday, December 8th

Integra's annual holiday Open House will be in the afternoon this year at the Greek Society Community Hall. Stay tuned for more details!


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Integra is located and provides services on unceded Indigenous land belonging to the Coast Salish People of the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations, and Cowichan Tribes.  Unceded means that this land was never surrendered, relinquished or given up in any way.  It is essential to the process of reconciliation that this truth be acknowledged and recognized.  Here at Integra, we are working towards better understanding how we can support Indigenous sovereignty as settlers on this land.   As an organization we therefore have an obligation to better understand how we can promote the work of decolonization. 

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